The rapper gleamed on his high-energy first year recruit single.
London-conceived rookie Finesse debuted his amazing UK drill-esque single “ITS OK” this Friday (March 19). The full-blooded Nigerian craftsman regularly catches his legacy and foundation through his music, taking note of he has a natural ability for music that goes through his family. Roused by any semblance of Lauryn Hill, Kanye West, and SKEPTA, the free craftsman ventured into his voice by investigating subjects of achievement, disappointment, love, despair, and other limit difficulties in life inside his music.
On “ITS OK,” he investigates subjects of extravagance, hostility, and obviously, artfulness. The dim and abrasive tone of the track praises the drawing snare of the single without dulling the message.
At the point when gotten some information about the tune, the rapper clarified the general message behind implanted in it. “I’ve been down terrible a lot of times, yet I needed to dismiss it and drive forward. I’m still here, I’m still alright. ITS OK. It’s widespread. Anybody from any country, anyplace on the planet, can sing the snare: ITS OK.”
Look at “ITS OK” beneath and let us understand your opinion about his first year recruit single.